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Article from BTNews 1 JULY 2013

London City to Dusseldorf

British Airways is to introduce services from London City Airport to Dusseldorf from 1 September.    There will be three return flights on weekdays.  The route will be flown by a 50-seat Saab 2000, wet leased from Eastern Airways in full BA livery.  The aircraft previously was used on a route to the Isle of Man which will now be a single Embraer 170 rotation instead of the three-service frequency. 

Luke Hayhoe, British Airways’ General Manager Commercial for BA CityFlyer said: “We have launched a number of new leisure routes from London City in the past couple of years.  Now we are very excited to be going to a great business city like Dusseldorf which offers significant trade links with the City of London”.

Flights will depart from London City at 06:35, 13:15 and 18:00 on weekdays with the return flights from Dusseldorf at 07:35, 14:25 and 18:55.  The speedy Swedish turboprop flight time is just 45 minutes. www.ba.com

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